Red Roof Inn Cleveland - Westlake
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... the loonies in the laundromats on the road.
Our hotel had its own customer laundry so we were able to luxuriate in our room in between cycles.
We stayed in the city so ventured around the corner for dinner and then a couple of beers at a little dive bar.
The city seemed safe and organised after being in Detroit.
... Graceland and Memphis. After a good few hours looking round the museum we headed to the Mohican state park campsite to set up camp, make tea and have a chilled out night round the campfire :) Me, Betina and Joe are chefs for the night and we rustled up a delicious spicy chicken and rice dish which seemed to go down really well although I made more of a rice pudding than a pan of rice ha ha. After tea we chilled out, made ...
... she will start a new job next week with Pandora music in Cleveland. What great news! We've got warm and cold weather clothes, hiking gear, an inflatable two-man kayak, bikes, and an itinerary that should satisfy our wanderlust and highlight the varied landscape of the Pacific Northwest. I hope you'll enjoy our trip vicariously through my blog. First overnight stop...Indiana Dunes State ...
... could I pass on that. I was lucky enough to spend the day in good company and attended the birthday party of a rock star. (In pure Irish fashion, it was held at a local Irish pub.) It was not like I was just there as a person in the crowd, I was an invited guest and it felt like family. What an absolutely amazing group of people.
I can only hope to remain friends with them and go out again in the future.
... land in 1840, to sell at a profit to new settlers. This area of 51/2 miles became what became as The Flats. and latterly became known as Millionaire Row .Some of these mansions still stand but have been converted to either hotels or Bed and Breakfast places. Only 5 of the original 260 are still standing.
The coming in 1856 of the Iron Horse or the Railway helped open up the area to folk from the South, then as the Erie Canal ...